One of around four Austin natives left in town, I worked as a producer at an ad agency before landing in creative recruiting. Mention hiking, traveling abroad, movies, or pour any drink involving ginger beer and you'll get my attention quickly. I always have time for a coffee so say hi.
It seems in every situation the person who talks the most feels it went the best...so listen sometimes.
Nicole’s CreativeMornings activity
My criteria for failure is (...) did it involve facial tattoos? Did it involve viruses? Did it involve unwanted children or loss limbs? Unless it involves any of these 4 things, you're probably OK.
It's better to be pissed off than to be bitter. Being pissed off is a form of energy. It can be channeled and transformed positively.
Just because I understand your point of view, doesn't mean I have to agree with it.
Good design is not about having good clients. It's about having good relationships.
Negative reactions to failure prevent us from harnessing that productive potential that sits in our failure.
The scariest decisions were always the best ones.
It [minimalism] really is about clarity over cleverness.
Oftentimes, we live and we go through life just accepting things for the way they are. And oftentimes, all we have to do is make a decision to change.
Minimize the amount of bureaucratic crap between you and your audience.
I am not wise, but the smartest thing I have done—maybe the smartest thing any of us can do—is listen.
All I did was go into work every day and be friendly towards people.
Growing up, I would always see my parents come home from their 9 to 5 jobs and it was never 9 to 5.. The lack of being around my parents really inspired me to be an entrepreneur, to work around my friends and family and make more time for the things that make me happy.
Travel! If you can do anything go places, because it changes you as a person.